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WHEN YOU'RE WAKING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

WHEN YOU'RE WAKING- j Jump out of bed at once find don't bother about tbo cold or ilio Queen of (he May, just jump into your nice, cold plunge, and gasp and flutter: you know ? like jou always do. And then when you're ilrepseii, adopt the Wise King's advise ; take your pen in your band and write. Write to-No, don't write to Percy. He's not worth it! Fancy a girl (jetting uj. at G a.m. and writing to a brute of a boy-Yes, I know lie's beautiful and an Adonis and so nice, and all that ! Iiut he's lyiug snoring in his bed whilst you're up and about and making the glorious day all the brighter because you ate about. Write to the Secretary, Kight Hour Art Union, Sydney, enclosing him the shilling necessary for a ticket. And, iu a few weeks from now you may find that you've won a Diamond Tiara {value ^S50). You wouldn't grumble much, would you ? If you won any other of the H O prizes (value £-1000) which are offered this year r

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAREWELL TO MISS ADDIE COX [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

FAREWELL MISS ADDIE COX Last Thursday ovening tho choir and 0011. gregation of St. Mark's Church of England, Rosedale, with a few other frionds, enter tained Miss Cox on tho ovc of her departure from Roscdalc. Iho ovcning was spent in a social fashion, ; soveral games being heartily indulged in by I all present. Supper WAS lmnded round, aftor | which the RovJ. M. M'Evoy, on behalf of tboso present, acknowledged tho loyal services rondorcd to tho choir and congrega tion by Miss Cox during tho four years of her rcsidenco in Bosedalo. She had been I vory faithful in her sorvices to St. Mark's, j rendering thorn with o noble senso of tho privilege and responsibility they involved and with a joyfulness of heart that mado it a great ple&Bu»o to be associated with her in the work. Sho was much respected by tho members of tho choir, which was character ised by*a fine sense of comarardcrie. As an evidence and a memorial of the esteem in which Miss Cox was held, he asked her to accept...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARRAJUNG [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

CARRAJUNG {from our own Correspondent) Daring the pa9t couple of days we have been_ favoured with a very welcome fall of rain ~57pts was recorded, and will be of great benefit to the pastures. The liills are looking very welt and must bear a etriking contrast to those places not so favourably situated as regards rainfall, and which we read auoh doleful nccouuts of iu the ?.Big Daily Press." A good season is anticipated here. The rainfall is a^ long way short of the average, but, nevertheless, the manner in which it has fallen has partinlly made up for the deficiency. Mr Whitney (Manager S G. Creamery and Butter F»«c ovy) and Mr M'Gaillard (Chairman of Directors of tho Gippsland Bacon Factory ut Dandenong) addressed a few of the landholders hero on Friday last. Mr Whitney's address wa? chiefly explaining the situation forced upon us by the Europeaa war,together with souud aivice in forwarding at every opportunity oar cream to tho factory, thus enabling the Coy. to manu facture, end i...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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STRATFORD RACES THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 ENTRIES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

STRATFORD RACES THURSDAY, OCTOBEn ENTRIES Hurdle.- Loquacious, Wessox, Lord Helpun, Powerful, Cooma. Trial Handicap.- Backwash, Coramina, Footchaso. L'Esperanco, Car Cuker, Tulln Cargnk, Bcngoro, Fleet Edith, Digness, Coax, Master Mute, Ltndy, Golden Action, Heathermaid. 13-1 Pony Baoc-Matilda, Kid, Mavis, Teddy Bear, Lady Cyndett, Miradale, Acacia, Lady M, Noreen. Spring Handicap.-Maggie Ford, Duarran, Coral Fisher, Digness, Boiany Bay, Pella, Cooma. 14 a.a. Pony Race.-Tense, Lody Enid, Strathaird, Longford Lad, Fairy, Conne mara, Little Bendal, Attain, Little Step, Cfgnet. Eingarey, Lady M. Publicans' Purse.- Civilian, Backwash, Maggie Ford, Duarran, Mercer, Mcnkawrah, L'Esperance, Car Csker, Digness, Botany Bay. Pella, Landy, Golden Actien.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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TOONGABBIE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

TOONGABBIE' From Our Own Correspondent A meeting of landholders of tho Toongab bio distriot was hold on tho 17tli inot. at the Mechanics' Institute, for tho purposo of forming n Riibbit Suppression Loaguo. Tho object of tho mooting was oxplained by tho chairman {^Councillor W, Hondorson, J.P.^, and it was unanimously resolved to form & league. Mr J. \V. Grahtm was elected president, and Mr J. W. Gales secretary. At a roosting of the Progress Association hold tho same evening, Messrs Henderson, Graham and W.E. Heywood were appointed as a deputation to wait on tho llailway I Commissioners in respect to a request for I the department to provido trucking accom» I modatlon at Toongabbio station. The* deputation was introduced to tho Commis sioners on Tuesday by Mr S. Barnes, M.P. U he interview was satisfactory, the Com* missioners Agreeing to send up an officer to report on same.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

THE WAR Mr J. M'Laughlan, M.L.A., sent us tho following wire last evening: "Official-Serious disaster British ships in North Sea. 1 lires armoured oruisers, Aboubir, Bogue and Creasy sunk by sub* marines. Casualties unknown.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MY MOTHER USED IT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

MY MOTHER USED IT "When only four months old our little bab/ Frank was attacked with a terrible croupy cold," says Mrs C. J. Smith, Moot wingee Station, Euriowie, N.S.W. 4,My mother having used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for me when I was a child, I at once gave it to my baby and he got im mediate relief. I have adopted as our family Cough Remedy ; it has never failed me once I trust people .iving in the back country as we do, will benefit by our experience and always keep Chamberlain's Cough llemcdy in their homes." Sold by John Williams, Rosedale.

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PATRIOTISM NAMBROK BELGIUM RELIEF FUND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

PATRIOTISM NAMBBOK BELGIUM BELIES1 FUND Mr Jae. Buneton, enr., collector for ilio above, haa foi warded tho following list for publication £1 each.- Mesars John Widdis, D. M. Davis, George Shaw, L. R. Jones, James Bnnaton, snr. 14q.-Messrs S. and M. M'Donald. 10a each.-Messrs M. G. Tollocb, C. M. Pendlebnry, Joe Pendlcbury, W. Watts, F. H. M'lnnes, P. Donobue. E. Kennedy, Jas, Borraingham. 5s each.-A Friend, Phil. Bunston, John Bcrimngh&m, K.R., J. Bnnston jar., James Anderson, D. McD , M. Horder, J. Dennis, B. Timbs. 2a Gd eacli.-W. Sherrard, Herbert Chester, Syd. Penglase, F. Steer. 2s each.-E.E., W., Stewart Hull, Is each.-Jack Punch, Turk, Gordon Farmer, John Shaw, X Total £13.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 Present-Crs Futcher (chair), Lang, vViddis, Crooke, Morgan^ Umphelby, Davis, Kenevan, Henderson. ELECTION OP PRESIDENT The chaiiman said their first duly was to fix the presidential allowance , for the ensuing term. Cr Widdis moved that the usual :grant, he allowed. Cr Umphelby seconded. Before the motion was put to the meeting Cr Kenevan said he would like to draw attention to the fact that in past it was the custom to pay the full amount of the President's allowance by cheque the month following his election to office, and that system had suited admirably. The secretary said that way was illegal, but it'could be got over by making the payments quarterly in ad vance. . Cr Futcher said he got along alright, .he was only out-of pocket for three months at a time. A Voice: But you're a rich man. The Chairman (smiling): Oh, I don't know. . Cr Kent-van said his reason in bring ing the matter up was that when the President had to entertain disti...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

NAMBROK From Our Own Correspondent Tho rain on Saturday was very wolcome. About 50 points were rcgiBterod. The crops aro looking well. In fact, better than at this time last year, and with a fow moro Bhowora a good harvost ia assured. Tho prospcctB at present aro very high. Tho wheat crops aro doing tho best. Tho soaaon being vory favorablo for wheat. Thero is moro land under wheat thia year than any other year since tho district was first opened up. Tho graBa is still vory backward and rcqairos a couplo of inches of rain to mako a Rood spring. Tho lambing percentage is not as good as other soasons and vory few4ilocks will oxceed 80 per cent. The chaffflutters hftva boon vory busy this last fow months cutting up tho hay. There was a largo stock in tho district at the begining of tho year and thoro is very little left now that is not already sold. Most of the farmers realize that thoy sold a bit too soon. A lot of it was sold at £2 in tho stack thioo months back, which would rcalizo ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

TTheo. B. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents. BOSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYtflELD. and 457 BOUKKE ST., MELBOUHNE Rosedale Sale Friday, Sept. 25 (To-morrow) THEO. B. LITTLE A CO. Will hold their next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on above date, when they will sell 350 Head of Mixed Cattle 600 Sheep Acct Owner 30 Cows Acct Owner 10 Good SpringerB Acct Owner 20 Head Young Cattle Acct Owner 10 Fat Cows Acct Owner 15 SpringerB Acct Owaot -iio" Springers 10 Fat Cotva NOTE-Special En tries of Fat Cattle wanted, and several Outside Butchers re quiring Stock will attend. SALE BOIIOVCH YAHDN Saturday, September 26 rpHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at JL . the Borough Yards on the above date SO Head of Mixed Cattle, including fats 40 Fat Wethers At Mart, at 3 p.m. 50 Bags of Chad Sale Horse Sale Tuesday, September 29 THEO. B. LITTLE & CO., in conjunc tion with Messrs Campbell and Sons, will hold their ntxt Horse Sale as above at 1 p.m. Stratford Sale ? Monday, September 28 THEO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

PI10N13 10 C. F. Kleine Family Butcher ROSEDALE. * ll~ iirent for KOXAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sonnd Investment Bonuses Annually W. Uolloway Expert on Motor Cars9 Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). BEPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale , PUBLIC NOTICE A NT PERSONS shooting on any portion of tbo HOLEY .PLAIN ESTATE after this date will be PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry PAINLESS AMI PERFECT By a New Method-no pricking of the needle and no bad after offccts. Every body Astonished. Why go to men who hurt you, when I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTKRSOH Visits ItOSEDAXiE at Exohan(>o Hotel OCTOBER 9th ALL DAY MrC.Brimell Trood (Phone No. 25.) DENTIST. RAYM0ND_ST., SALE Mr Trood is your Loool Dentist. A BET OF TEETH £2 10a. Repairs by Post will receive my Best Attention. EXTRACTIONS GUARANTEED -PAINLESS. PUBLIC NOTICE AI.L PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosecuted, without respect to persons R. MACREADIE, W...

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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

THE J^OSCTLALC AND CAIWAJUNG, DENISOK AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOBNING THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson; dentist, will visit Bosedale on October, Friday 9tb, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. Owing to pressure on our space, we have had to leave out Gormandale, Cowwarr, Glengarry and Woodside news, and other items. The minBtrel boy to the war has gone, In ranks of health you'll find him; Wood's Peppermint Cure he's depending o'o, And he left his cough behind him. Don't leave home when abroad yon roam Without a stock close by' you, For health is vict'ry you'll all agree So don't let sicknesS'try you. Good Grazing Properties Wanted at Once.-R. Farrin Webb, Traralgon. ' Theo. B. Little and Co.'s Rosedale stock sale to-morrow. Vendors will note that special entries of fat cattle are wanted, and that several outside butchers requiring stock will attend. The Lux Picture Coy gave a firs' class show at Rosedale on F...

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Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 24 September 1914

Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Rosedale. 11 and 7. Nambrok 3, Flynn'a Creek 2.80. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rosedale 11 and 7. Denison 3, Kilmany 2.80 Flynn 7.30

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PLAYS ON WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 October 1914

PLAYS ON WORDS. Tho paper that Is taken In moBt homes-wall-paper. A run on the banks-when the waves make a dash tor thorn. The tramp has an extensive circu lation, but he is a poor advertising medium. The only way it pays a person to he his own lawyer is to keep his own counsel. The cat may . not be an expert at irithematics, but It can "foot up a co!;:mn" easy enough. Tlio cabman is about the only one who can drive his customers away and i:eep them too. "That air Is very familiar," said the musici-in, as a gust of wind took away his hat "I'm ? ummoned to another climb," Baid the lift boy as the Indicator an nounced s call from the top floor. "What is that dog barking at?" ask ed a fo!), whoso boots were more pol lshed than hi, ideas. "Why." said a bystander, "he seei another puppy in your hoots." Tho tongue talks at the head's coBt l'or Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure 1/6

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HOW SOME HUMBLE FOLK HAVE SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 October 1914

HOW SOME HUMBLE FOLK HAVE SAVED. Most people imagine tliat it's quite Impossible to save, a penny out of their small wages, and that therefore there is nothing but the workhous.! in front of them when they become too old to work. As a matter of fact it depends entirely upon the man and not upon the wages, and this will clearly be seen from the following in stances: Mr. and Mrs. Belfield, an Ashton under-Lyne couple, who have been employed in a cotton factory for the greater part of their lives, recently gave £1000 to the Ashton District In firmary in order to endow a cot. Mr. &nd Mrs. Belfield have been married forty-eight years, and during that time their Joint earnings have hardly ever amounted to more than 44/- a week. When it is stated that neither has ever had any assistance in the shape of legacies, their gift ot £1000. which by no means represents the whole ot their savings, is simply an amazing one. But they began saving in earn est when they were married. Their Join...

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GENERAL ITEMS THE EVER NEW STORY OF COAL TAR. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 October 1914

GENERAL ITEMS THE EVER NEW STORY OF COAl TAR. Nowhere In tlio whole world can there bo found n more striking Illus tration of the wealth that lies In what was once regarded as a waste than In the huge chemical works that have been built at Tlbcrlield, Leverkusen, Grieshoiiu, Ltulwlgshafen and else where in Germany, 111 all ot which coa| tar In some form Is used «s ii"> raw material. So frequently story of coal tar been told t', now familiar In all its wondc tails to every well-read man. 'i - complete significance of the disco of mauve by Perltln over sixty years ago is not really driven home until one has seen the enormous Gorman chemical factories, in each of which thousands of men and women are em ployed in the task of extracting dyes, perfumes, flavors, and drugs from de rivatives of what was once a noisome oozo. From the coal tar which gas-com-. panics once disposed of with difficulty,. an industry capitalised at £150,000,000 has grown. In 1910, Germany- made aniline and othe...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY FIXED FOR WHOLE STATE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 October 1914

SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY I FIXED FOR WHOLE STATE From January 1, 1915, the Saturday half-holiday provision will apply to the whole State, the legislative Council on '22nd ult. having passed the clause in the Factories Bill authorising this change. At present sbopa in the metropolitan area are required by Statute to close at 1 p.m. cn Saturday, and certain coun try towns liBve bad regulations passed by the Govercor in Council fising the weekly half holiday on the same after noon. Under the clause contained in the Factories Bill- which bae alrea ly been agreed to by the Legislative Assembly -shops throughout the State must close at 1 p.m. on Saturday, but the right is reserved to any country distr'ct to petition for some other afternoon in the week. It is thought that seaside and tourist resorts and border towns, which have to compete with shops in another State, will avail themselves of this right to petition. Fourth Schedule shops (fruiterers, tobacconists, and a few others) are ex emp...

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SHE NEVER TOLD HER LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 October 1914

SHE NEVER TOLD HER LOVE This is the true history of a well known and much liked couple in Ipa wicl). Tlicy hud bren engaged for some month?, hut Edwin was not druwing much in tho way of wages, and the prospects of an eaily marriage were not hopeful. Angelina settled the trcuUi' by sittiug down one day iinil sending u shilling to tho Secretary, Eight Hour Art Union, Sydney. She never told Edwin, and who more sur prised than he when he read her name as the winner of. a big prize ? At first he thought there were some mis take, but when be called that Dight at her father's house she was all smiles and happiness. That was the first secret she kept from him, and, to tell the truth,he wouldn't mind if she kept a similar secret from him every year. But it wouldn't be her maiden name that would appear in the list : for the piizo just gave them the start they wonted and now there isn't a happier or more prosperous couple in Ipswich.

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NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 1 October 1914

NAMBROK From Our Own Correspondent Onco more on attempt has been mado to open a porraanent school at the "l'ines." A rumor has boon current for some tinio that influence was being used In tho interests of a few land speculators to orect aBchool near tho Pines, and tliat tho request wad granted, which would mean that tho promise givon to the residents of Winnindoo would not bo carried out, and that tho Nambrok school wonld bo closed. Nothiof.' further was heard untH a fortnight ago, when word was recoived from the Minister, in response to an enquiry, that tho matter was under con sideration, and word.was also received from Mr Gill, district inspector, saying that ho intended to select a central site. It was realised at onco that tho matter must receivo prompt attention, or else a hago blunder would bo committed. A meeting of all tnoso opposed to a cen tral eito was at onco called, and was largely attended. " After a lengthy discussion, it was decided to approach tho Minister by a dep...

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